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Patient Safety Strategy 2009-2012

Government of Prince Edward Island Department of Health and Wellness Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Prince Edward Island 31 December 2009 Policy document autonomy, education, equality

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Objective with the strategy:

To increase awareness of patient safety
To improve communication with staff/patient/public about patient safety
To empower patients to take an active and equal role in patient safety
To increase staff participation in Healthcare safety practices
To improve Department of Health accountability and transparency to patient/staff/public


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